Recruiting every companion in Baldur’s Gate is always recommended, but sometimes, you must let go of one to ensure that your party is well-rounded. One of the most commonly-asked questions in Baldur’s Gate is regarding dismissing party members. In this guide, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about how to dismiss party members in Baldur’s Gate 3.
How do I Dismiss Party Members in Baldur’s Gate 3
NPCs in Baldur’s Gate are life-like. They come with unique personalities, backgrounds, and approve/disapprove of your decisions in the game. Therefore, it’s important to understand that dismissing a party member will sometimes upset them. This is particularly important when it comes to trying to romance certain companions.
However, since every companion is equipped with unique abilities, skills, and equipment, you shouldn’t always try to carry one party through the entirety of the game. Depending on questlines, some companions may be better than the others and that’s where you’ll need to dismiss certain companions. But how do you do it? The entire process is fairly simple.
The first thing you’ll need to do is to arrive at a camp. This will ensure that all of them are rested up and have their cooldowns. From there, you simply need to walk up to a companion you wish to dismiss and ask them to stay at the camp. As mentioned earlier, some of your companions will find it disheartening but at the end of the day, it’s a necessary evil.
Once you’ve successfully dismissed a companion, head over to the one you wish to accompany you and recruit them. As simple as that!
This is everything we’ve got in how to dismiss certain party members in Baldur’s Gate 3. For more tips, tricks, and helpful guides, be sure to check out our detailed Baldur’s Gate wiki guides.